Maybe you can help out a local couple -- if, ya know, you're into polygamy or just dig Big Love and wanna give it a shot. In Canadian newsweekly Macleans this week there's a piece on the pros and cons of the polygamous lifestyle, and way down in the story we come across this bit of info:
Pro-polygamy websites offer windows into sunnier views of polygamous life. 2Wives.com is a matchmaking site where the advertisements are curiously chaste, considering the subject matter. John and Becky, a business consultant and bookkeeper from Dallas, are looking for a wife to bring children into the family. "We attend church regularly and I sing in the choir," Becky writes. Another couple in their 50s, a teacher and a nurse from an unnamed location, are also looking for a fertile wife. "We follow the word of God," they say. "Christian plural marriage is not fornication or other fleshly foolishness."
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So if you're looking to put the holy wow into someone else's vows, here's John and Becky's ad, which contains this bit of info: "John and I both turn 50 (though people say we look 10-15 years younger) and we celebrate our 15th wedding anniversary. Unfortunately, our love has not resulted in children, due to a medical condition of mine." Hence, the need for another missus. And you thought the Dallas Observer had done away with personal ads. --Robert Wilonsky